assault and humiliation
In the 1960-61 school year in Virginia in the tenth grade of high school, Mr. H assaulted me, destroyed my trousers and humiliated me in front of a cheering crowd. Mr. H himself chuckled. Consequently, a member of the school staff drove me home due to my ripped trousers. In addition, I missed classes that afternoon.
My parents were not the type of people who would want to get involved in a lawsuit. If Mr. H had treated my son in the same manner, I would have had Mr. H put into jail.
Just recently, I have learned that Mr. H is a successful practicing attorney in personal injury in Virginia. I have faxed Mr. H and sent him numerous e-mails. In addition, I have sent a certified letter to Mr. H requesting a settlement. Also, I have sent numerous e-mails requesting a meeting face-to-face. Mr. H has been totally nonresponsive.
I am very angry with Mr. H, who appears to be a bully, a coward and a scumbag. Also, I want Mr. H to pay for what he did to me. I do not want to be told that his attack on me is beyond a statute of limitations.
Yes, is there an attorney who can help me?
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: assault and humiliation
You have to be kidding. Just to keep my response legal, you can not overcome the statute of limitations. Good luck finding a lawyer to assist you with this matter.